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What is PCP on a drug test?

What is PCP on a drug test?

Phencyclidine (PCP) is a hallucinogenic drug, often referred to as ‘angel dust’. Its short-term effects are seen for approximately 1 h after ingestion and may include hallucinations, disinhibition, euphoria and agitation. Long-term use can lead to symptoms resembling psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.

Is PCP a depressant?

PCP causes a range of effects that include hallucinations, delirium, disorientation, agitation, muscle rigidity, ataxia, nystagmus, seizures, and stupor. PCP has stimulant, depressant, hallucinogenic and analgesic effects.

How much is a gallon of PCP worth?

Wholesale and retail prices of PCP are relatively low in comparison with other illicit drugs. Gallon quantities of liquid PCP sell at the wholesale level for $6,500 to $8,000 in Los Angeles and $12,000 to $20,000 in New York City. At the retail level, PCP-laced cigarettes and joints reportedly sell for $5 to $30 each.

What kind of drug is Paco?

cocaine base paste
Paco, also known as PBC (pasta básica de cocaina, cocaine base paste), is a by-product of cocaine, made with cocaine waste mixed with highly toxic substances such as kerosene, ground glass or even rat poison.

Is it OK to smoke a wet cigarette?

The effects of smoking wet can last from hours to months. The long-term effects have not been as well studied. However, the long-term effects of PCP, such as memory loss, dysarthria, difficulty with thought, and depression can persist up to a year.

What is coca paste used for?

Abusers smoke coca paste in a dried form, which contains from 40 to 91 per cent cocaine. Over the past 10 years, this pattern of drug abuse has attained epidemic proportions in some Latin American countries, particularly in Bolivia, Colombia and Peru.

What happens when you smoke coca leaves?

The smoking of coca paste causes four distinct successive phases of mental disorder: euphoria, dysphoria, hallucinosis and paranoid psychosis. It can produce severe intoxication, prolonged or relapsing psychosis and, in some cases, death.